Brazil will be hoping to return to the winning ways after their disappointing goalless draw with Colombia, which ended their perfect start to the FIFA World Cup qualifying round. The Selecao failed to make it 10 wins from 10 games when they were held by Colombia, despite dominating the game for the entire duration of the encounter.
Brazil will play host to Uruguay in the early hours of Friday, 15 October, at the Arena de Amazonia to continue with their quest for next year's FIFA World Cup competition scheduled to hold in Qatar. The Brazilian national team currently leads their group with 28 points, 6 points above Argentina who has 22 points.
The Duo of Casemiro and Eder Militao have all been ruled out of the game due to injury as they will not be available for selection on Friday against Uruguay.
Raphina is however expected to make the starting lineup for Brazill on Friday, following his impressive display when he came on as a second-half substitute against Colombia.
The duo of Neymar and Gebriel Jesus are expected to lead the attack of Selecao on Friday.
Brazil Predicted Starting lineup for the game:
Ederson, Verissimo, Thiago Silva, Emerson, Fabinho, Fred, Raphina, Parqueta, Alex Sandro, Neymar Jr, Gabriel Jesus.
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